Arbitration

Arbitration is an alternative dispute resolution method whereby the parties agree to submit their dispute to an arbitral tribunal generally composed of 1 or 3 arbitrators.

As an arbitrator

Drafting the terms of reference:
Once appointed as an arbitrator and having accepted the assignment, the arbitrator must draft certain acts such as terms of reference. It is a document that brings together all the details of the trial.
Drafting of acts of acceptance of missions:
When a lawyer is proposed to be an arbitrator via a report, he / she must reply either by accepting the mission or by refusing it. It can be done either by drafting an act of acceptance of the mission or by making a verbal report including the acceptance or reasons behind his/her refusal of the mission.
Drafting of arbitral awards.
Leading the hearings:
Being an arbitrator imposes several obligations such as leading hearings, receiving testimony, closing pleadings.

As a lawyer / counsel

Drafting of notices of arbitration:
To submit disputes to an arbitral tribunal (ad hoc or institutional), the claimant's lawyer must draft and submit a request for arbitration that is called "notice of arbitration" to the secretary of the arbitral panel.
Exchange of reports between the parties' lawyers:
The lawyers of the parties draw up reports indicating their requests and their arguments and must exchange them among themselves and submit them to the secretary of the arbitral panel.
Pleadings:
A hearing is usually set for the pleadings during which parties' lawyers are going to present orally their arguments in form of submissions and conclude with submitting their final requests.
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